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, first round pick, tackle andre brown, david wilson, and nicks and randal and they really like rueben randle with the giants. >> troy: he got a lot of opportunities to get work in with victor cruz holding out and hakeem nicks being injured. >> joe: delay on the handoff. it's wilson out to the 45 and a good start to the ground game for the giants. a 20-yard carry tackle by walden and wilson gets pumped up. >> troy: just the power play. see the fullback lead the way and david wilson does an excellent job finding the hole. he has tremendous quickness. they're expecting a lot of big things from him, obviously with the absence now of ahmad bradshaw, they're trying to figure out whether it's him or andre brown that carries the load for the offense. >> joe: manning goes for cruz downfield and incomplete. and they're going to throw a flag. contact was made and it was greg toler, first-year colt. and it is going to be pass interference. that's the indication against indianapolis. >> troy: you see eli manning in the pocket, and he holds it, just a tick too long. so he's not quite able to get th
found an legal ally. wilson worked with an organization that would deny financial aid to those who endorsed hazing. but now wilson will not return kowiak's phone calls and she did not realize that a powerful lobby group called frat pack was pushing wilson to back off. saying we believe that effort has bee.when fraternity memberst took harrison to the e.r. in 2008, they sold hospital that he injured himself playing football. it was not until harrison's mother he filed a lawsuit in 2009 that the truth came out. no one was arrested. prosecutors found no basis for criminal charge. joining us now from florida is lianne kowiak, harrison's mother. thank you for joining us in this conversation, lianne. >> thank you for having me on this evening. >> michael: you know, before we get into the legislation, before we talk about what needs to happen, tell us a little bit your son harrison. i'm sure that's something you love to talk about. he was a golf prodigy, wasn't he. >> yes, harrison was just a wonderful young man. and it's so sad that we lost him so unexpectedly and so senselessly. my husb
afternoon, everyone. i'm wilson and i would like to mention a couple of things in my report today. i want to thank you guys for everyone who sends invitations to us to go to different events. they are awesome. can't get them all, but i do go to the ones that i can. and i just want to say keep them coming because you never know where i will show up. thank you very much. special to the lion's club. we were there with our council member who got adducted to them. and thank you for their support and we had staff there. thank you for coming out and supporting the council member. appreciate it. and i would like to on another note just send our support out to the senior action network for the loss of jazzy collins. i'm sorry about that loss. she was a good advocate for people with disabilities. don't play with me. she was out there. sorry you guys lost a very good advocate there. next in my report is we have a lot of free opportunities at the library. i would like to say take advantage of them because they're very good. we have in our own voices that i do at the public library and yo
the ronald wilson reagan exclusive economic zone. >> stephen: folks, let's this makes perfect sense. i've always known the ocean was conservative like the republican party, it's full of great whites. and-- (laughter) i think it is also only fair dns -- >> (cheers and applause) we've got a republican crowd here tonight, all right. back in 1983 it was the gipper himself who signed a proclamation declaring those waters the united states exclusive economic zone for exploring, exploiingt and conserving offshore resources and it's been going great, especially the exploring and exploiting part. and i'm sure we'll get around to the conserving part later. naturally the berlin wall huggers out there see the ronald wilson reagan economic zone as half empty. like california democrat alan lowenthal. >> we're talking about 3.4 million square miles of ocean. an area larger than the combined landmass of all 50 states. >> president reagan's name already graces roads, schools, buildings and fields in 22 states and the district of columbia. not to mention a major airport, and a nuclear powered-aircraft c
like to apologize. i am co-chair wilson and sorry the muni, you know how it is. so we're going to get on with moving with the reading of the agenda and approval from heather . >> co-chair wilson, do i have your permission to do roll call first? >> yes, roll call first. >> harriet wong? >> present. >> sarah burgett. >> present. >> wendy james, absent. co-chair wilson. >> present. >> chip supanich. >> here. >> denise senhaux. >> present. >> tatiana kostanian. >> present. >> roland wong. >> present. >> now i will read the agenda. one, welcome, introduction and roll call. two, action item, reading and approval of the agenda. three, public comments, items not on today's agenda, but within the jurisdiction of the mdc, each speaker is limited to two-three minutes. four, information item report from the chair. five, information item report from the director of the mayor's office on disability. six, information item, accessibility planning for the 34th america's cup and update on the city's plans to make the 34th america's cup the most accessible and international sailing even
hawarwy and arab analyst robin wright at the woodro wilson center. in cairo, many on both sides dead or wounded and squares of churches burned. what's the latest you're seeing on the ground? >> reporter: well certainly a terrible situation on the ground, especially at downtown cairo. what happened as you said they called this the day of rage. the muslim brotherhood and affiliated organizations were supported to go to the square and when they reached, clashes started and live fires was used. the egyptian government said there were armed people among the protesters and opened fire. the morsi supporters said the government forces opened fire first, but the clashes went on for a long time. there are a lot of people killed. we're getting information, also, from mosques in that area that there are dead bodies in the mosques and one mosque in that square where apparently a thousand people are still trapped and surrounded by armed people pro-government people and say they are afraid to come out. it was a very chaotic day. i saw some protest marches myself. they were big and went on for a lon
. jeff wilson just had surgery on an injured tree has been combing the streets for lo bo, the service dog ran away two weeks ago. he senses when he's about to get nervous or anxious. >> he's my life line to the world. i have post traumatic stress disorder from the military. i served 14 years in the army. he helps me to be able to go places and be in ip r(t&háhp &hc >> lobo is part of operation freedom bs. the organization's founder says it's vital they reunite or wilson's ptsd col become bizarre. >> union city are looking for a man they say exposed himself in front of a mom and her three daughters inside a busy burger king last month. he's described as a white male in his 50s approximately 6 feet tall, 200 pounds. he's been seen wearing that tan hat with the chinstrap and wearing eyeglasses. police say he may have been involved in another similar incident in the bay area. >> we now know more about the person shot and killed at a san jose vietnamese monday night. the victim is 36-year-old chin win. they say the san jose resident was inside it the thoong hon bar when he and the other two m
to find his missing companion. >> reporter: this is a picture of lobo. jeff wilson and his team have been out passing out these flyers. we are in the north part of san jose. jeff wilson recently had surgery on an injured knee so he is in a wheelchair. lobo helps him handle the ptsd he came home with. lobo has now been missing for a day and a half. jeff was out walking him yesterday when lobo took off. the army veteran says he is not going to stop looking for his buddy. >> she's my life line to the world. i have post traumatic stress disorder in the military. i served 14 years in the army. he helps me to be able to go places and be in crowds. >> reporter: lobo graduated from operation freedom paws, dogs that provide assistance to returning veterans. lobo himself was a shelter dog until freedom paws took him in. now, again, they have been together for about a year and a half, jeff wilson and lobo that is. we should mention that freedom paws does not know what might happen to jeff if they are unable to find lobo because he is his life line and not sure what he can do without his pooch. there
. >> brian wilson and his beard are back. >> the dodgers win six nothing. >> a razor company has offered brian wilson $1 million to shave his beard appeared >> wilson would have to publicly shave his beard but his fans are offering him not to do it appeared >> he is only making $1 million per year and if he shaves his beard that will double his salary this year appeared >> last night rookies astro catcher. in line >> there rangers beat the astros of five to four. >> today the 4049 assigned while this to a one-year deal appeared >> today the 49ers signed to a one-year deal appeared >> the raiders wrapped up their training camp appeared >> the raiders are prepare for their preseason opener game. >> tiger woods failed to win a major again this year appeared >> he played well does today outside of new york appeared >> tiger shot a for under 67 today. >> in the racing is coming to the bay area for the grand prix of sonoma. >> mike tyson is back into the sport that made him famous as a boxer this time he will be a promoter appeared >> that is it a kron4 news thank you good night. faugh úo ♪
. >> kenny: off the play fake, glennon fires down field and the pass is incomplete, justin green and wilson on the coverage, pass intended for david douglas. >> daryl: david douglas gets vertical right away. this is a well-thrown ball by mike glennon right in that area. little bit of contact right near the point of catch. justin green might have got away with one there. >> kenny: third down and three. glennon hands it off. this is james and mike james, rookie out of miami, picks up first down. these teams play week agree of the regular season, which is unusual to play a team in the preseason and then face that same team that early in the regular season. coaches are good friends, but they're pretty vanilla during the practice sessions the last three days. neither side wanted to show too much. >> daryl: i bet there were a lot of notebooks out and voice recorders out. they were going to come in and be very vanilla. it's a testment to the coaches, hey, we've got the same style, we're cut from the same cloth, we're going to bring your team up -- maybe the best benefit for tampa bay is they got o
with a traumatic past. but for iraq war veteran luke wilson his service dog brought him love and peace. until today's devastating news. >> he broke down and we just gave him time to grieve. >> reporter: tonight we spoke to a nonprofit who was with wilson when he received the news that lobo had been found. >> he still had his collar and his tags on. >> reporter: she says the dog was hit by a car. wilson recently had knee surgery and on a wheelchair. he says his dog was spooked and ran away. >> he's my lifeline to the world. >> reporter: this morning before lobo was found, wilson told ktvu of the happiness his dog brought him. >> i call him my budda dog, because he walks to you and you start petting him and everything melts away. he's a lovely soul of a dog. >> in his mind it's one more time he failed the mission. which he didn't. >> reporter: this afternoon, she asked if wison would temporarily foster and train this 1-year-old yellow lab named stella. he said yes. >> it's going to give him something to focus on. something to pet, stroke, feed. >> reporter: and the organization says the outpouring of
. but for iraq war veteran luke wilson his service dog brought him love and peace. until today's devastating news. >> he broke down and we just gave him time to grieve. >> reporter: tonight we spoke to a nonprofit who was with wilson when he received the news that lobo had been found. >> he still had his collar and his tags on. >> reporter: she says the dog was hit by a car. wilson recently had knee surgery and on a wheelchair. he says his dog was spooked and ran away. >> he's my lifeline to the world. >> reporter: this morning before lobo was found, wilson told ktvu of the happiness his dog brought him. >> i call him my budda dog, because he walks to you and you start petting him and everything melts away. he's a lovely soul of a dog. >> in his mind it's one more time he failed the mission. which he didn't. >> reporter: this afternoon, she asked if wison would temporarily foster and train this 1-year-old yellow lab named stella. he said yes. >> it's going to give him something to focus on. something to pet, stroke, feed. >> reporter: and the organization says the outpouring of support on their f
for more on the situation in polk county. we go to james wilson. he built single family homes in lakeland, florida. right now he has got 22 homes under construction. he's renting another 60 homes that his company built. james joins us now on the phone from one of his properties that's actually under contract. james, are you with us? thank you for joining us. >> yes i am. >> reporter: i'm getting bad weather across the country. we want to see you on camera. we know that you've got a storm where you are so we have to talk to you on phone. i've been describing to my viewers what's happening in the housing market, the fact that it has been strengthening for so long. you're in a place that was so hard hit during the recession, tell me as a home builder what you've seen happen in the last year. >> in the last year we've seen prices increase from $85 a foot to $100 to $110. we've had real estate investors come in, and it's changed the market up some for us, and we've been picking up quite a bit of home buyers in the last six months. >> reporter: now are most of your buyers people who are taking
brian wilson is? >> yeah, he's one of the beach boys? >> yeah, beach boy. >> i'm talking about the pitcher for the l.a. dodgers. >> never heard of him. >> one of the beach boys is pitching for the dodgers? he has to do it from a chair. >> when he does a good pitch, he says wahhowahhooooo -- >> that's not the beach boys. >> that's every beach boys song. >> brian wilson is an l.a. dodger who is a pitcher, a closer. he's been out of the game since april of 2012. he was deactivated for an elbow injury but he's back. what he is known for is his insane beard. >> so he is the guy that looks like al qaeda. >> right. >> they want him to shave the beard and 800razors.com is offering him more than his contract it shave his beard off. >> how much was his contract? >> a million dollars. he could make more money just shaving his beard one time for this company than he would playing an entire season of major league baseball. >> is a razor even work on a situation like brian wilson -- >> it would take a thousand razors. he goes through one -- clogged, clogged, clogged. you never get the hair o
of control. he's enraged. he's going to attack again soon. paul wilson, spinal surgeon. alpha male just like the others. can you just hold on for a moment? the offensive and defensive wounds all over his body. he was cuffed behind his back. he still put up a hell of a fight. because he knew how. look. the wounds extend from his knees to the soles of his feet. that's full-contact training. now, where would learn something like that? my assumption would be a mixed martial arts gym. mma has yrocketed among the men who want the most intense fighting possible. which our unsub would. it could be where he's finding his victims. i'll follow up with the families. maybe she went for the gun in the drawer, forced the unsub to shoot her, and stopped him from following his ritual. no, 'cause there was a muzzle burn on her chest. he shot her at pointblank range. ok, you're the unsub, i'm debra wilson. i have to get past you to get to that gun. but she takes her robe off. now, your 9-millimeter is right here at my chest. what am i doing? she offered herself to him? well, why would she do that? why not lock
and active. stay strong. 1-800-570-6220. "sit and be fit" is a creation of mary ann wilson, registered nurse, teacher and recognized leader in the field of fitness and healthy aging. mary ann consults with a team of medical and exercise specialists to bring you a fun and effective way to maintain functional fitness. >> mary ann: the exercise program you're about to do is effective for any age, but it was specially designed for anyone needing slow, gentle movement. all you need is a chair that touches your back while your feet are flat on the floor. if your back doesn't touch, put a pillow behind for that necessary back support. if you have your exercise band and towel, put them on the back of your chair. now, get ready to... "sit and be fit." >> hi. i'm mary ann wilson. i'm so glad you're here today. now, if you do have that ball handy, put it right behind your back to begin with and settle in. get it right in the small of your back. okay. does that feel good? now check your posture, up, back, chin back. okay. i think we are ready to go. get ready to take a deep breath in. all right. here we
much for joining us.  >> i'm the executive vice president of the wilson center. i want to welcome all of you today. the wilson center was chartered by the congress as the official memorial to our 28th president. it is the nation's key nonpartisan policy form for tackling global issues through independent research, open
now with why giants fans weren't happy to see brian wilson again. >> you may find the video disturbing. brian wilson makes his debut with the dodgers today. came in in the 9th inning. there it is. yeah. he does do the cross. his first appearance since april 2012. one hit and two strikeouts. going to take a while to get used to that. no time at all to get used to seeing charles woodson back in a radar uniform. the place where he started. back with the silver and black. like a fine wine looking good in his 16th season and changing the culture of losing however he thinks is the toughest chore. >> it has been losing season or just getting -- real easy to fall back into that mind set, here we go again. so i think that is the biggest heardful the team -- hurdle for the team to get away from that. >> all right. a little hint the 49ers worried about their back up quarterback situation. they signed walls to a one year contract. he is a 9 year veteran from sacramento originally. 7 seasons with the seahawks. played last week against the radars with the saints. he was released by new orleans. wall
bay veteran. the dog was hit and killed by a car. jeff wilson in a wheelchair because of recent knee virge grie -- knee surgery. he hopes a new dog can be found. he was trained by operation freedom paws. wilson served 14 years in the army and he said lobo helped him go playses. >>> the loss 06 accreditation. the city filed two lawsuits in an attempt to restore the school's standing. the state's largest city college has been in an ongoing battle with the acc jc, the private agency which yanked the school's accreditation. they have a stricter format for preparing students. he says that leaves too many people out. >> underserved and disadvantaged student who is would benefit from ree media class work and underemployed adults, seniors, disabled students and new parents, immigrants learning eeng learn as a second language and other nontraditional learners. >> they filed aid separate lawsuit against the board of governors of california community colleges claiming it should be judging accreditation and not handing off the job to another agency. >>> most of the focus 06 the new bay branch ha
. join me next time and destination cuisine. >> i'm the executive vice president of the wilson center. i want to welcome all of you today. the wilson center was chartered by the congress as the official memorial to our 28th president. it is the nation's key nonpartisan policy form for tackling global issues through independent research, open al
'm the executive vice president of the wilson center. i want to welcome all of you today. the wilson center was chartered by the congress as the official memorial to our 28th president. it is the nation's key nonpartisan policy form for tackng
wilson, why did you become a teacher? i fought against it for a very long time, but i finally got a taste of teaching astronomy at the university of alabama, and i just -- i fell in love with it. and i knew that i wanted to inspire people like my high-school english teacher, diane percy, inspired me. all right, well, good. now, you have command of the board at the moment. go. okay, literary relatives for $600, please. michael. who are the bronte sisters? yes. they're playing our song -- $600. kate. who is u2? you got it. literary relatives for $800, please. colby. who's nixon? nixon. richard nixon. you are right. songs -- $800. michael. who are the who? yeah. songs -- $1,000. colby. who is fun? correct. u.s. currency -- $400. michael. what is the $5 bill? abraham lincoln is the man, yes. the living room -- $200. michael. what is a television? right. living room -- $400. kate. what is a parlor? yes. literary relatives for $1,000, please. answer there -- the daily double in the round. and you can take the lead away from michael. i'd like to wager $1,600. okay, here is the clue in literary r
.it could be. you know chuck wilson? you knowwhat he told me? gets into bed with her,e he has to shoo awaythe . shoo away the penguins. that's cold... wilson's wife. and yet, i don'tthink a. think about me.t the other s think about me. i'm not gonna make joke. thank you. you still gonna coo? yes. you wanna takey? --www.ncicap.org--nationalce a division of time warneren. no. ok, then, can ihave? oh, come on! come on. come on. the new samsung galaxy s 4.ng you about. it's got a front and back camera so you can take pictures at the same time. seriously! yeah - and it's on verizon's network. sweet! we can stay in touch when we go to school next year. that's so great! get the samsung galaxy s 4 for only $148 on verizon - america's largest 4g lte network. walmart. than he did yesterday.stand taller today... nike, sperry, and the vans atwood all at famous footwear. victory is yours. we've just topped our quarter pounder with even more bold new taste. you love bacon. we added thick-cut, applewood bacon to our new quarter pounder blt. now more than ever, there's something for everyone to love
for bankruptcy. i would have guessed sonia as well. . abc's smash hit and rebel wilson superfun night cast dishing a juicy secret. >> confidence. >> then in this weekend's music pin -- meet eminem's new protege schuyler gray. >> we have a good connection. >> the outdoor portable chair from brookstone which is the lounge pack. it opens up and closes in 10ekds. it comes with two thermal coolers, 360-degree umbrella mount and a sound system that works with any smart device. let's rock it. >> oh, nice -- busting a move, dr. gadget. i see you. for your chance to win sign up at extratv.com. right now we'll hook up some of our "extxtxtra" friends. who wants to lounge in style? >> all right, maria, a little riddle for you. what has revenge, scandal and a rebel? >> no idea. >> abc's hot new fall lineup, that's the answer. we got all the details for you. check it out. >> revenge, scandal and so much betrayal. >> this can't happen. >> oshese it's all happening this fall -- oh, it's all happening this fall on abc. >> huge thing. >> once and all kind of things on "revenge." >> we open up the season. >>
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for life. >> reporter: josh wilson was in the driver's seat. his friend was the passenger. >> when the guy hit us we both got knocked out. he woke up and held my hand and said a prayer. which that made me tear up. >> reporter: that prayer was said on a rainy night in january. maryland state police say the driver of a pickup truck ran a stop sign and hit jo's suv. josh's vehicle came across mountain road and up this grass embankment before wrapping around the telephone pole. he was in critical condition. broken pelvis and 28 screws hold him together, a punctured lung and a brain injury that erased a month of injuries. >> the last thing i remember before the accident was christmas. >> reporter: andy spent 17 days in shock trauma. now his gaining his strength again he wants to give back by giving blood for the first time. his asking you to join him on thursday as a way to thank the first responders, doctors and the nurses. >> how are you? >> what's up? >> glad you are good. >> thank you. >> glad all of us in the fire department saved your life. >> reporter: randy was on the scene what night.
-year-old vivian wilson the medical marijuana she needs. >>> later, my conversation about trayvon martin, the n word and race in america. >>> we begin with the growing carnage in egypt and what if anything america can do to stop it. the second part of that, what to do is unclear. the cost in human lives is plain to see. moments ago, the muslim brotherhood spokesman announcing over twitter that friday will be a day of anger, calling for marches after noon prayers. also tonight, the death toll from yesterday's clashes revised upwards significantly. the state-run tv station in egypt saying at least 580 people were killed in fighting yesterday, and 4,000 wounded. 580 killed, 4,000 people wounded. eye witnesses say the killing mostly at the hands of government forces, firing live ammunition. one video surfacing today on youtube, according to "the new york times," it was taken during a military assault on a sit-in outside of a mosque. it shows a protester trying to carry a wounded man to safety and what happens next. [ speaking foreign language ] [ gunfire ] >> according to the "times," a woma
returned. brian wilson with his dodger debut. no pressure swaichlgts wilson strikes out two in a 6-0 shutout. giants 18 and a half back of la in the west a mazing this sports report brought to you by orchard supply hardware. brian wilson. >> back in the bay. >> and as big as ever. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> well, coming up at 9:00 on coffee tv 20 playing tour glift san francisco. how to see sites and save money at 9:00. >> then on abc 7 news at 11:00 rim fire near yosemite threa threatening to destroy mem yirys and beloved camp grounds the fire is now bearing down on. >> and we have wipeout, moat skbrif rookie blue. you can see it online, wlif watch abc's app. >> don't forget the alarm clock app for your smart phone go to abc 7 news.com/apps for details. easy to do. >> thanks for joining us everyone. >> from all of us have a good evening. this is the "jeopardy! teen tournament." please welcome today's contestants -- a senior from moweaqua, illinois... a senior from little rock, arkansas... and a sophomore from englewood, ohio... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"
only mean one thing, fear the beard returned. brian wilson with his dodger debut. no pressure swaichlgts wilson strikes out two in a 6-0 shutout. giants 18 and a half back of la in the west a mazing this sports report brought to you by orchard supply hardware. brian wilson. >> back in the bay. >> and as big as ever. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> well, coming up at 9:00 on coffee tv 20 playing tour glift san francisco. how to see sites and save money at 9:00. >> then on abc 7 news at 11:00 rim fire near yosemite threa threatening to destroy mem yirys and beloved camp grounds the fire is now bearing down on. >> and we have wipeout, moat skbrif rookie blue. you can see it online, wlif watch abc's app. >> don't forget the alarm clock app for your smart phone go to abc 7 news.com/apps for details. easy to do. >> thanks for joining us everyone. >> from all of us have a good evening. >> male announcer: in new york city's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the major case squad.
ever performed the song-- and a lot of contemporary artists have: cassandra wilson, dee dee bridgewater, sting-- almost everybody who's ever performed the song notes the same phenomenon, that it just stops people in their tracks. so you're in new york city. you've got the most talked-about song around. people are coming out every night to hear it. the natural thing is, "let's turn this into a record." "let's make a few bucks." and did anyone step up and say, "we want to put that out"? did the major labels step forward? well, the major labels cowered in fear. columbia was her label, and she wanted to get the song recorded. i mean, as you said, she sort of, you know, had a proprietary interest in it after a while, and columbia would not touch the song. columbia refused to record it. columbia was a national company. columbia had southern customers. they were afraid of offending people down south, and so billie holiday went to a place called the commodore record shop, which was across from grand central on east 42nd street, run by a fellow named milt gabler who had his own little, tiny reco
their accident as a way to help others. josh wilson was in the driver's seat and brandon weinhold in the passenger seat a pickup truck ran a stop sign and hit their car. they were rushed to the hospital in critical condition. wilson needed at least 15 units of blood at shock trauma where he spent 17 days and he donating blood for the first time in his life and asking you to do the same. it's a way to thank the responders and doctors and nurse who is saved his life. >> what's up pal? >> glad you are good. >> thank you. >> glad the fallston fire department and all of us in the fire department saved your life. >> wilson and weinhold hope to meet every emt that had a hand in sake their lives. the blood dry is thursday from 2 to 8 at the fallston fire hall. >>> time for a check on weather with mike masco. >> good morning. it will --we will take you to towson. a lot of clouds get used to this shot. we have temperatures at 63 at the airport. dew points on the threshold but that will start to rise as we get into the day tomorrow. and it's a calm wind at bay water temperatures at 78. most
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